“One of Scotland’s most collectable artists Catriona Millar captures hearts and the imagination.” Scotland on Sunday
“Like a novelist or playwright Catriona Millar brilliantly combines her life experience and her imaginary world in her work herunterladen. The results are unique and her richly observed, highly recognisable figurative paintings are acclaimed and collected around the world.” The Herald
“Fuelled by remakable colour and pattern Millar’s paintings possess an emotional resonance and a deep truth that cuts through the usual boundaries that often surrounds contemporary art.” Homes & Interiors
“There is a classical and indeed an ancient voice lying beneath Millar’s figures synology pakete downloaden. It smiles or stares out at us telling us familiar yet half-forgotten stories about ourselves. It is this connection on a hidden level that brings Millar’s work into our lives with such a potency and lasting vigour.” Scotland on Sunday
Ever since Catriona Millar’s 2005 Degree Show at Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen sold out within hours her unique and highly distinctive figurative oil paintings have captivated and delighted art collectors. The Sunday Herald newspaper ranks Catriona Millar in the top five most collectable Scottish artists and her work is admired and collected throughout Europe, the Far East, Australia and America. Catriona Millar’s paintings speak a universal language to all ages and many schools and colleges around the world have studied her work foto's download itunes.
Catriona Millar’s work takes its inspiration from the stories that lie at the heart of the human condition, and the sparkle of a narrative behind the eyes of her subjects hints at everything from longing to melancholy dng converter herunterladen. Her work often juxtaposes human characters with a variety of animal confidants, with some seeming physically present in the composition while others take on a talismanic quality.
Working with a palette knife, Catriona Millar applies thick layers of paint to the canvas creating a surface that draws viewers further into the piece, imbuing her subjects with a tactile quality that seems to further humanise these stylised individuals. Colourful and beguiling, her work is about the connective tissue that defines us, from the stories we tell to the worlds we imagine.
Catriona was invited to exhibit at the 2021 Florence Biennale.
Catriona Millar is listed in the 2012 edition of Who’s Who in Scotland.